This Cistercian abbey, founded in the twelfth century by St. Bernard, is a masterpiece of French monastic architecture. The famous abbey was converted into a prison by Napoleon. Discovery of various buildings recounting the history of the place: the splendid building of lay with its cellar and its dorm (twelfth century), the Grange of the sixteenth century, the Hostellerie des Dames and the Grand Cloître a cloister classic in the eighteenth century.
The tour lasts 1:15.
Mobile phones, camera and video are prohibited. ID card required.
Last updated on 17/01/2022 - Office de Tourisme de la Côte des Bar en Champagne
|Guided visit single adult||9.5 €|
|Guided visit group (per adult)||7 €|
|Guided visit single child|
|School children / Students||3 € - 5 €|